May 3, 2016

WEDLUXE FEATURE – Angelica & Francesco

There is nothing we at Everlasting Moments love more than witnessing someone we’ve come to know through our amazing past clients, turn from a beautiful bridesmaid into an absolute stunning bride.  Angelica and Francesco’s wedding was nothing short of a fairytale with no detail left out.

From the day Angelica and Francesco walked into Everlasting Moments we were nothing short of amazed by each and every event that led up to their wedding day. Using our experience and creativity along with a combined vision, we were able to capture every moment of their wedding journey, which began not long after the big question was asked.  It all started with a winter wonderland style engagement party; soon followed by an elegant, masquerade themed bridal shower.

Leading up to the big day, Angelica and Francesco’s wedding production continued with endless adventures flushed with an over the top engagement shoot, a fun and candid bridal party skit, which would then lead into a breathtaking rehearsal dinner located in the families backyard.  An event much like a wedding in itself.

As the sun came up on October 4, 2014, Angelica became a bride as she was laced into her dress by Toronto designer Ines Di Santo.  It was not long after Angelica and Francesco exchanged their vows in  St Clare of Assisi Catholic Church.  Now that they’d tied the knot, their park pictures were captured in the unique location of Magnotta Winery in Vaughan.  Following this, their wedding was to be celebrated along with hundreds of family and friends in the classy Da Vinci Banquet Hall. Their fairytale event was bathed in an elegance of white and gold with an eye-catching oversized backdrop of paper flowers and a 7-tier wedding cake created by Just Temptations.  As the sun set the extravagant party continued with personal touches from the bride and groom, a galore of food and special presentations which lead into dancing the night away and creating forever memories.

 

Note:  This wedding was also featured on Wedluxe.